Adiyogi Shiva statue – The form of the first yogi Lord Shiva in Coimbatore

Recognized by the Guinness World Records as the “Largest Bust Sculpture” in the world. The statue is a 34-metre-tall, 45-metre-long and 7.62-metre-wide steel statue of the Indian deity Shiva at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. Designed by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, it weighs around 500 tonnes.

Adiyogi refers to “the first yogi” or Shiva as the originator of yoga. It was established to inspire people towards inner well-being, through yoga. Adiyogi is located at the Isha Yoga Center, symbolizes the 112 possibilities to attain to moksha that are mentioned in yogic culture, and also the 112 chakras in the human system.

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Featured Image: Adiyogi Shiva statue / Image: Isha Foundation, via freepressjournal.in

Websites: isha.sadhguru.org



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